City of Westminster
Summary of Proceedings
Summary of proceedings of the Westminster City Council meeting of Monday, May 8, 2017. Mayor Atchison, Mayor Pro Tem Garcia, and Councillors Baker, Bird, De Cambra, Pinter, and Seitz were all present at roll call.
The minutes of the regular meeting of April 24, 2017, were approved as presented.
Council presented service pins and certificates of appreciation to employees celebrating 20, 25, 30, 35, and 40 years of service with the City. Council issued proclamations recognizing Small Business Month, Mental Health Month, Westminster Votes Month, and National Public Works Week.
Council approved the following: Project Management Services Contract with NV5, Inc.; Purchase of a Robotic Cutting System and Camera Van from Williams Equipment, LLC; Skyline Vista Top Spin Court Renovation Construction Contract; Pressure Zone 3 Expansion Bid Package 4: Gregory Hill Pipelines Construction Contracts; Purchase of Police Evidence Management Software from QueTel Corporation; Second Amended Intergovernmental Agreement with Urban Drainage and Flood Control District and the City and County of Broomfield for City Park Channel, Phase 2 Design and Construction; Construction Engineering Services Contract for the Transit-Oriented Development Water Quality Pond at Westminster Station, West 71st Avenue Storm Sewer, and Craft Way Extension at City Inn Projects; and passage on second reading of: Councillor’s Bill No. 11 re: Adams County Open Space Grants Supplemental Appropriation for Westminster Station Park, Big Dry Creek Trail Upgrade, and LongsView Trails, Councillor's Bill No. 2 re Amendments to Chapters 11-4-8, 11-4-9, and 11-5-20 of the Westminster Municipal Code; and Councillor's Bill No. 10 re Rezoning of Westminster Station Area to Special Plan District.
Council tabled item 10D, First Reading of Councillor’s Bill No. 15 Amending Title I of the W.M.C., by the Addition of Chapter 34 Regarding Collective Bargaining for Firefighters, until the meeting of Monday, May 15, 2017.
Council held a public hearing regarding amending the Comprehensive Plan and Preliminary Development Plan for 10.1 Acres located at 9050 Wadsworth Parkway.
Council passed the following Councillor’s Bills on first reading:
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE WESTMINSTER COMPREHENSIVE PLAN. Purpose: approving a Comprehensive Plan Amendment for 9050 Wadsworth Parkway from Mixed Use to R-36 Residential.
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT AMONG THE CITY OF WESTMINSTER AND VESTAR ORCHARD TOWN CENTER, LLC. Purpose: approving a Development Agreement with Vestar Orchard Town Center, LLC, for the allocation of service commitments and the provision of sewer infrastructure improvements to support a 270-unit multi-family development at the southeast corner of West 148th Avenue and Huron Street.
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH TRANSLOGIC CORPORATION, A WHOLLY-OWNED SUBSIDIARY OF SWISSLOG USA, INC. Purpose: authorizing the City Manager to execute and implement an Economic Development Agreement with Translogic Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Swisslog USA. Inc. that would include fifty percent (50%) rebates of building permit fees, use taxes on construction materials, and sales and use taxes on expenditures for furniture, fixtures, and equipment for three years. Assistance would be capped at $33,458.
A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE III OF THE WESTMINSTER MUNICIPAL CODE BY THE ADDITION OF CHAPTERS 10 AND 11 REGARDING THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT, RESPECTIVELY. Purpose: amending Title III of the Westminster Municipal Code, by adding two new chapters to create the two new departments consisting of Human Resources and Economic Development.
There was no further business to come before the City Council, and the meeting adjourned at 10:16 p.m.
By Order of the Westminster City Council
Michelle Parker, City Clerk
Legal Notice No.: 67189 First Publication: May 18, 2017 Last Publication: May 18, 2017 Publisher: Westminster Window and the Northglenn-Thornton Sentinel